Includes pivot irrigated, flood irrigated, dryland, CRP, EQIP and CREP land with improvements that include homes, shops, quonsets, grain bins and agricultural structures.
Includes range and pasture land for livestock grazing as well as farm ground for producing hay and feed. The ranch typically includes improvements for cattle handling facilities, small back-grounding lots or farmer feedyards that may include small feedlot facilities with building improvements.
Includes commercial buildings for ag service, businesses, commercial grain facilities, commercial feedlots and commercial lots.
We begin our real estate appraisals process with an engagement letter from a client who formally engages our services as a real estate appraiser on the task at hand. After confirmation of our services we gather the general information on the subject property, i.e. property cards, maps, deeds and tax cards, any certified acres, allocations, special assessments, etc. that apply to the subject property. We visually inspect the subject property, measuring any improvements, taking pictures and taking note of any relevant physical traits. Once we have inspected the subject property we compile all the information for our report and form an opinion of value. All appraisals are prepared in compliance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) by the real property appraiser.Type your paragraph here.